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By Raul A. Santos, Arthur Edwards Block

ISBN-10: 1578088038

ISBN-13: 9781578088034

The possibility of embedded platforms levels from the simplicity of sharing electronic media to the coordination of numerous complicated joint activities conducted among collections of networked units. The e-book explores the rising use of embedded platforms and instant applied sciences from theoretical and functional functions and their purposes in agriculture, setting, public wellbeing and fitness, domotics, and public transportation, between others.

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11 standard, which standardizes wireless local area networks (WLANs), is widely used. 1) has rapidly become popular for communication between devices in a personal area networks (PANs). 16 e/m), wireless USB, long term evolution (LTE) etc. 3 standard—which would meet real-time demands. The decisive players in the ICT field—especially with regard to wireless communication—are the major mobile telephone providers such as Deutsche Telecom, Vodafone and the Japanese company NTT DoCoMo, makers of network components such as Cisco and Lucent, and suppliers of digital devices such Nokia, Motorola, Siemens, Ericsson, IBM, Intel, Microsoft, Sun and Toshiba.

6 Security Technology A central feature of ubiquitous computing is that nearly all smart objects can exchange information. Security is thus essential in ubiquitous computing. The fact that most communication in ubiquitous computing is wireless makes the role of security all the more important because radio communication can be manipulated more easily. Many ubiquitous computing applications intervene in central areas of life without the user always being aware of it. Thus, safety, which ensures that no damage occurs from system failures and operator error, is very important.

Consumer electronics, the automotive industry and medical technology are just a few examples of fields in which microelectronics plays a key role. Currently, microelectronics works with structures smaller than 40 nanometers. 5 nanometers by 2016 (International Technology Roadmap for © 2013 by Taylor & Francis Group, LLC 14 Embedded Systems and Wireless Technology Semiconductors 2010). Significantly increased circuit density will yield considerable gains in functional capacity for a given IC size.

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